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KOTOBUKIYA FRAMEARMS GIRL INNOCENTIA PLASTIC MODEL KIT

Plastic Model

Specification

Month of Release
Mar, 2017
Scale
NON
Product Size
Total Height 150mm
Specification
Plastic Model
Parts
201~400
Material
PS・PE・ABS・POM・PVC(phthalate ester-free)
Sculptor
Yasunori Shimizu
Instruction

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PROTOTYPES SHOWN,PENDING LICENSOR APPROVAL.FINAL PRODUCT MAY VARY.
CONCEPT ART SHOWN PENDING LICENSOR APPROVAL.
●Product release dates shown are for Japan only. For overseas release schedule, please contact your local retailer.
●”Exclusive Items” and “Reproduction” are for Japan only. Please note that not all items are available overseas.
●”Special Bonus Items” only come with products purchased directly from the Kotobukiya shops. In addition, special bonus items are offered only while supplies last.

Product Description

Up next in Kotobukiya’s Frame Arms Girl series, the Frame Arms spin-off combining the customizability of the plastic model kits with the aesthetics of our Ani*Statues, is an upgraded model with the flexible body design of Materia plus a variety of fun optional parts: INNOCENTIA!

While her name makes her sound “innocent,” what appears to be a beautiful young woman with is actually a robot capable of mounting and equipping all manner of weapons and accessories. In addition to her signature red, white, and black body armor, Innocentia can be equipped with optional long gloves, thigh high boots, and a variety of head accesories including mecha parts and cat ears. Like the other Frame Arms Girls Innocentia also includes multiple face parts allowing you to change her expression. The kits consists of approximately 200 pieces with tons of customizability, and with universal 3mm attachment points all parts are fully interchangeable between all Frame Arms and Frame Arms Girl units and compatible with Koto’s M.S.G. (Modeling Support Goods) series of support units, as well as the Border Break robots. Innocentia stands just under 6 inches tall and has a wide range of posing options thanks to multiple points of articulation.

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